Category Archives: Albums

Album Review: Tuk Peenersen & His Wienermen

From the informative blurb; Tuk Peenersen & His Weinermen/ Extreme Noise Terrier split cassette is distributed by C Cleveland Continental Records And Tapes 2012, a label that specializes in highly rare and limited releases.  “Tuk Peenersen & His Weinermen” is

Album Review: Tuk Peenersen & His Wienermen

From the informative blurb; Tuk Peenersen & His Weinermen/ Extreme Noise Terrier split cassette is distributed by C Cleveland Continental Records And Tapes 2012, a label that specializes in highly rare and limited releases.  “Tuk Peenersen & His Weinermen” is

Album Review: Sloth

 “Ha! If there’s one thing about Sloth, it’s that you never should feel comfortable expecting anything about it, because it is Sloth. Or something.”  – Anonymous Sloth’s recent split release with Beartrap is an auditory adventure across very loud, very

Album Review: Sloth

 “Ha! If there’s one thing about Sloth, it’s that you never should feel comfortable expecting anything about it, because it is Sloth. Or something.”  – Anonymous Sloth’s recent split release with Beartrap is an auditory adventure across very loud, very

Album Review: Fairy Tales – Bafflegab

Joyously, we have received a pre-release copy of Bafflegab’s sophomore album, “Fairy Tales”.  A year in the works, since their debut “Petnames”, this album shows the growth and amazing development in the band.  Recorded at Cleveland’s own Bad Racket Studios,

Album Review: Fairy Tales – Bafflegab

Joyously, we have received a pre-release copy of Bafflegab’s sophomore album, “Fairy Tales”.  A year in the works, since their debut “Petnames”, this album shows the growth and amazing development in the band.  Recorded at Cleveland’s own Bad Racket Studios,

Album Review: Johnny Habu and the Rebel Salmon

“I don’t play anything, ‘cause rock n’ roll’s not a game” – Johnny Habu Johnny Habu has been a busy, busy bee these days.  From his first album, “Home is Where the Banana Is”, we were treated to the extent

Album Review: Johnny Habu and the Rebel Salmon

“I don’t play anything, ‘cause rock n’ roll’s not a game” – Johnny Habu Johnny Habu has been a busy, busy bee these days.  From his first album, “Home is Where the Banana Is”, we were treated to the extent

Album Review: Luna Bridge – Alan Madej

“Luna Bridge” is the second official album recorded by Alan Madej, local musical hero.  His CD is very DIY, with photographs and a felt cover that he hand-created.  The album was recorded down in Kent by Charlie Loudin, and features

Album Review: Luna Bridge – Alan Madej

“Luna Bridge” is the second official album recorded by Alan Madej, local musical hero.  His CD is very DIY, with photographs and a felt cover that he hand-created.  The album was recorded down in Kent by Charlie Loudin, and features

Album Review: Wanderlust – Polina Kourakina

Polina is a newer addition to our thriving Cleveland music scene, come from Russia to Cleveland by way of DC and Dallas and a few stops in between.  She’s a breath of fresh air, and brings a lot to our

Album Review: Wanderlust – Polina Kourakina

Polina is a newer addition to our thriving Cleveland music scene, come from Russia to Cleveland by way of DC and Dallas and a few stops in between.  She’s a breath of fresh air, and brings a lot to our

Ain’t No Rusty Cage: Interview with Deadiron

http://www.deadiron.com http://www.facebook.com/deadiron Deadiron has been emerging over the past couple years to be one of the most lovable and brutal acts to hit Cleveland in recent times.  You’ll find their stickers throughout Lakewood and East Cleveland, on bike racks, telephone

Ain’t No Rusty Cage: Interview with Deadiron

http://www.deadiron.com http://www.facebook.com/deadiron Deadiron has been emerging over the past couple years to be one of the most lovable and brutal acts to hit Cleveland in recent times.  You’ll find their stickers throughout Lakewood and East Cleveland, on bike racks, telephone